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Review: The Riverside Chaucer

User Review  - Heather Nieto - Goodreads

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User Review  - Will - Goodreads

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Review: The Riverside Chaucer

User Review  - Logan - Goodreads

As a collection of Chaucer's writings, the Riverside Chaucer is second to none. Presented in Middle English, complete with necessary glosses and helpful notes, the book encourages deeper analysis of Chaucer's poetry than any other available collections. Read full review

Review: The Riverside Chaucer

User Review  - Jazzmaster - Goodreads

First there is Chaucer. Then everything else. Read full review

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User Review  - Renae - Goodreads

Beautiful book. Read in college. Read full review

Review: The Riverside Chaucer

User Review  - David Kowalski - Goodreads

Beautiful, rich, timeless, important. I loved the better known tales but found myself enthralled by the less popular tales. Chaucer's tale of Melibius may be the best Self Help book in print. His coda ... Read full review

Review: The Riverside Chaucer

User Review  - David Kowalski - Goodreads

Beautiful, rich, timeless, important. I loved the better known tales but found myself enthralled by the less popular tales. Chaucer's tale of Melibius may be the best Self Help book in print. His coda ... Read full review

Review: The Riverside Chaucer

User Review  - Catherine - Goodreads

This is the other book I kept from my university days.... It was the was the toughest course I ever took but I learned to really respect English language from reading Chaucer. Still have many parts of this text to read. Read full review

Review: The Riverside Chaucer

User Review  - Harper Eliot - Goodreads

But of course… it's Chaucer, after all. (Although Troilus is a bastard.) Read full review

Review: The Riverside Chaucer

User Review  - Mark Folse - Goodreads

This is of course classwork but I had forgotten how much I loved the clever, dirty-minded old bastard when I last read him in my first undergraduate career in the 1970s. The footnotes and end notes are helpful but a glossary would be wonderful but then it would weigh even more. Read full review


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